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of "larry king live." they are hanging to a shred of hope in west virginia as workers continue to vent the deadly gases. a press conference is underway. let's get the latest from cnn's brooke baldwin on the scene. >> reporter: larry, huge announcement as we were just listening to the news conference. it was kevin strickland with msha. it's the first time we heard anyone talk about the next phase of this rescue mission which is when they would send in these 30 guys. he mentioned six teams going in under the mine and try to get to the rescue chamber. this massive, long, pain staking process has taken what seems like an eternity for all these families in west virginia waiting for news. what's taken so long essentially is they've got these five holes they're planning on drilling, one of which, just one has made it all the way down to the mine, that 1100 feet down. they've been testing the air quality. we just heard, msha was saying it's finally improved, so he's saying hopefully soon they will be able to send the rescuers in and hopefully find these missing miners in this rescue chamber. l
virginia waiting for news. what's taken so long essentially is they've got these five holes they're planning on drilling, one of which, just one has made it all the way down to the mine, that 1100 feet down. they've been testing the air quality. we just heard, msha was saying it's finally improved, so he's saying hopefully soon they will be able to send the rescuers in and hopefully find these missing miners in this rescue chamber. larry? >> larry: brooke, we understand that president obama reached out to some of the families who lost loved ones, is that true? >> reporter: that is true. i've seen the picture of the president on the phone from the oval office reaching out to some of these miners' families, of course, offering condolences. a bit of news for folks in west virginia. the west virginia basketball coach, they call him huggy, bob huggens visited here, some of the miners families. that according to one of the congressmen was a huge deal for the folks out here. these families, as you can imagine, are waiting. they're furious with massey energy. they feel like the truth has
? the governor of virginia apparently didn't think so. that's ahead. stay with us. >> jesse: there is my two guests holding up my new best-selling book, "american conspiracies." i've got a question now. that book has been on "the new york times" top ten best-seller list now for four weeks. wait. and yet there hasn't been one mainstream review of that book. why do you think the mainstream media will not do a proper review of my book? >> let me do one right now. let me read it real quick. i did evelyn wood. hang on. >> jesse: well, you don't have to -- but why wouldn't they do a review of this book? it's obviously popular. it's selling like crazy. they review every other book, and not one mainstream media outlet has reviewed that book yet. >> that's the problem, jesse. we're so polarized these days. you've come on my show. you talked about 9/11. a lot of people have questions about 9/11. that doesn't mean everybody is a kook about it. >> i think maybe the media is too busy following sarah palin around the country and trying to figure out her next move. and that's why they're just too busy. >>
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governor haley barbour waiving in on the confederacy controversy dogging virginia. we'll dig deeper on the civil war and why people see the conflict so differently. those stories and a lot more at the top of the hour. >> larry: that's anderson cooper 10:00 eastern, 7:00 pacific. all right. he just went over this incredible case, the american woman returning her 7-year-old adoptive son to russia. with us, mark geragos, noted defense attorney in l.a. miami, stacy hornowitz and with us in l.a., psychiatrist, medical director of family sstss and author of this new book, "side by side." mark, what do you make of this? >> is this book for mother-daughter conflict free resolution, that's impossible. i never heard of such a thing. >> i will. i will read the book. the story is incredible. i don't understand why the sheriff thinks he doesn't have some base tois do something. i know coming from the defense lawyer, that sounds like bla blasphemy. >> what will the charge be? >> some kind of neglect charge. i don't know the specific code section there. but certainly you can file charges on somebo
yet but it did well in new jersey, in virginia, then in massachusetts. of course the november elections coming this fall. i think it's funny after the poll on the new york times. they surveyed tea partiers and it turned out they are more highly educated and a little wealthier than the american populous at large. so it will go from them being hillbillies to republican fat cats, but i think they are regular americans. >> is it your feeling it's been based on classism? >> no. it's liberals who don't want to deal with the argument. but on the polls taken -- and i have spoken at two tea parties, one in connecticut and one in las vegas. the polls taken of the tea partiers because they have been viciously attacked by the media. for one thing it's hard to describe the typical tea partiers. it's broad and a genuine grassroots movement. about 20% of them voted for obama. about 5% black, 10% hispanic and, as the new york times poll shows today, a little more highly educated and a little wealthier than the average american. >> ann's right, but they are not just more educated, more affluen
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